Recruitment Myth-Busting: You can’t afford not to hire a Recruiter (5 min read)

If you break down the double negative, this statement is 100% accurate, although not fully understood.

The number one reason small, medium (and some large) organizations don’t use recruiters is because they perceive this service as too expensive.

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What does a High Performer look like in your Organization?

When getting started on a new recruiting project, there are a few essential pieces of information I require from businesses before I develop the recruitment marketing plan and advertise:

  • the specialized skills required
  • minimum education and training preferred
  • a breakdown of the technical skills needed
  • the salary range.

But this is the easy part, especially when I use headhunting to attract the right people for my clients.

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Benefits of Engaging a Recruiter to hire your Team Members

Hiring an employment recruiter to help your company find the best people is always a smart idea. But now, more than ever, enlisting the expertise of a recruiter is vital to not only attracting the best talent to your organization, but also to giving your new team members the best possible virtual onboarding experience.

Outsourcing your recruitment needs to a corporate recruiter can really help you save time and focus. 

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Interviews: How to explain the nature of your job loss

The way you handle explaining the reason you left past employment while interviewing can hold a great deal of weight. In my recruiting practice, I often help candidates prepare for interviews.

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Hiring during Coronavirus Pandemic ~ A guide to Virtual Onboarding

I am witnessing many of my clients, who have hired employees prior to the outbreak, continue as planned with their onboarding.  Some have pushed start dates, a few have put hiring projects on hold. Many have been working on very creative ways for these new employees, whose start dates fell after the pandemic was announced, to start their jobs in remote capacity.  This takes planning and organization. Creating an effective virtual hiring process now will keep your new employees engaged and informed and ultimately retained if you set it up correctly.
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